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KIso

   0.8.3  

KDE CD/DVD Software

Score 80%
KIso
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  14203
Submitted:  Jan 17 2004
Updated:  Dec 30 2005

Description:

KIso is a program for KDE to make it as easy as possible to create manipulate and extract CD Image files.




Changelog:

!Note that KIso 0.8 needs libcdio 0.73 to run!

KISO 0.8 ChangeLog:

- Files/Direcories can be renamed through the contextmenu.
- Converted all soundfiles to ogg.
- Customizeable buttonsounds with skins.
- Added filters in the filedialogs.
- Added credits in the aboutdata.
- Added GHex2 as HEX-Editor.
- Open files with their assotiated applications.
- Proof for helping applications.
- Encryption of an image. (Note that mcrypt is needed for this feature.)
- Added the commandline option make to create an ISO image of a directory.
- Added Convert to iso to the KDE-Actions menu.
- Added Make ISO image to the KDE-Actions menu.
- Added Progessbar for commandline options.
- Conversion from mdf (Media Description File) to iso.
- Conversion from cdi (DiscJuggler) to iso.
- Review of the handbooks.
- Fixes in german translation.
- Italian translation.
- Lithuanian translation.
- Dutch translation.
- Polish translation.
- Bugfixes.

KISO 0.8.1 ChangeLog:

- Replaced own treeview with KFileTreeView.
- Added support for conversion of ccd/img (CloneCD) to iso.
- Improvements in the configure script. (Thanks to Laurent Montel)
- Added support for Dual Layer DVDs.
- Bugfixes.
- Removed french and romanian translation because they were unmaintained.
- Hungarian translation.

KISO 0.8.2 ChangeLog:

- KIso should be able to handle filenames with special characters better.
- Added support for conversion of c2d (WinOnCD) to iso. (Alpha !!!)
- Show name of the image file in the titel bar.
- Deactivate directory tree until there is an open image.
- Updated the handbook.

KISO 0.8.2b ChangeLog:

- Rework of application detection.
- Fixed a bug in the global configuration settings.

KISO 0.8.2c ChangeLog:

- Fixed detection of mcrypt.

KISO 0.8.3 ChangeLog:

- NEW french translation.
- Bugfix where an entry was written into the sudoers file though it might have been there already. (Patch by PhobosK)
- Cleanups in the preferences dialog. (Thanks to Fraenki Schroeder)
- Bugfixes and optimizations by Łukasz Sierżęga.
- Fix for detection of drives by Fraenki Schroeder.




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 Comments on UI

 
 by SegFault on: Jan 17 2004
 
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Hi!
I haven't tested your app, yet, although it looks interesting.

Because I haven't tested it yet, I don't know for sure, but I guess the line of buttons on top of the window are something similar to a toolbar.

Why don't you use the toolbar-widget KDE offers?

You wouldn't have to mind about creating the buttons, and placing them on the window.

And as a further advantage it would be configurable by the user (could move it to a different position, remove buttons from it, and so on).

Just my 0,02 EUR

Regards
SegFault


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 Re: Comments on UI

 
 by Mephistoki on: Jan 18 2004
 
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I'm not sure about the KDE toolbar because
this would mean rather small buttons.
Because there a only few buttons in KIso I
suppose it might look a little strange.
????
Will think about it.


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 Re: Re: Comments on UI

 
 by daperi on: Jan 19 2004
 
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... you can have icons up to 128x128px, so the size is not so problematic --- but it would look a little more unique to the other apps --- so it looks a little strange (in my eyes)

anyway: your tool could be a very usefull tool -- keep going


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 Re: Re: Comments on UI

 
 by shm on: Mar 31 2004
 
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you can set the toolbar to be big by default (with text also)


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 Re: Re: Comments on UI

 
 by chucky on: Mar 31 2004
 
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Even if the user has set default icon size to small for the toolbars, you can overload his/her defaults by calling to the relevant method of the toolbar.

This is quite easy and straightforward, eventhough I would not recommend you to do this. The best thing is to let the user choose through an option check box (something like : "Force large icons for the toolbars in KIso") This would let the user choose. Don't forget some people are using more than one app at a time and so, when they could reduce the surface of the window on the screen, they are happy :) Just not everybody has a dual monitor configuration ;)

Very cool app, by the way ! But I am still seeking for one that could produce CloneCD-like isos as the Belgian law gives me the right to make a backup copy of my CD's, even the protected ones.

Go on with the improvements !


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 problem

 
 by megalex on: Jan 17 2004
 
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i get an error:
you have to start Kiso as root first

and i am starting it as root !!


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 Re: problem

 
 by Mephistoki on: Jan 18 2004
 
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It would help alot if I knew which distribution you use.
Otherwise it's too hard for me to figure out where the problem might be.

Best regards


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 Re: Re: problem

 
 by megalex on: Jan 18 2004
 
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my distro is Mandrake 9.2.
i do have sudo in my path..


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 Re: problem

 
 by la4de on: Jan 18 2004
 
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Check that you have sudo in your PATH.

I had the same problem before I installed sudo.

Hopefully it helps.


la4de
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 adding files

 
 by uga on: Jan 18 2004
 
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Very nice idea!

I'm curious to know how the program adds files to an iso image. I've tried already mounting an iso image as rw (mount -o loop...) , but never managed. Maybe I'm just missing an option.

Does it extract and recreate the whole image? (it needs quite a bit of space)


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 Re: adding files

 
 by uga on: Jan 19 2004
 
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Doing a bit of gg research and ignoring all the "it's impossible" comments on several maillists, I found out that one can use -l -R to create RockRidge extended isos, and those can be modified. I guess that's what the program does. Anyway, I'll have to check the code... ;)


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 Usability

 
 by fprog26 on: Mar 10 2004
 
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Add text under each Toolbar button
so it's more clear what each buttons do.

So, people don't have to go through
the help and learn what each symbol means even though some are obvious...

Fred.


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 Re: Usability

 
 by Mephistoki on: Mar 13 2004
 
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I know there is no text underneath the buttons but every button has a tooltip so that you can see what it does when you move the mouse over it.


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 Re: Re: Usability

 
 by leinir on: Mar 31 2004
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
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There is a general consensus that when you have very large toolbar buttons (such as here), you should have text on the buttons as well.

I would agree with the above idea of replacing your top bar with a standard toolbar widget (it would give the user more options as well, such as being able to move it out of the program window and so on). It would also help the problem above, as you could simply set a text, force 128x128 size buttons, and just hide the text on your installation, and then let others just right click and select "Text under icons" ;) All in all, in everybody's favour :)


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 Re: Re: Usability

 
 by fprog26 on: Apr 1 2004
 
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nah it's better with text,
it takes few seconds for tooltips...


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 Re: Re: Re: Usability

 
 by fprog26 on: Apr 14 2004
 
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So much better with text! =)


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 I want an ioslave!

 
 by yglodt on: Apr 11 2004
 
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iso:/suse9.iso

See what I mean? :-)


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 Re: I want an ioslave!

 
 by fprog26 on: Apr 14 2004
 
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You mean kio_iso (from 2002) ?

Kio_iso is a KDE 3 ioslave, for reading ISO-9660 (ECMA-119) file system images.

It can read from a so-called .iso file, or directly from the CD-ROM device.

The later has the ability to select from the recorded sessions.


Maybe you should look here:

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=11577

http://libcdrom.sourceforge.net/kio_iso.html

Maybe you could help them keeping it up to date ? =P


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 error

 
 by pivarac on: Apr 14 2004
 
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kiso.cpp:14:23: cdio/cdio.h: No such file or directory
kiso.cpp: In member function `virtual void Mainform::choice()':
kiso.cpp:2392: error: `CdIo' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2392: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)
kiso.cpp:2392: error: `cdio' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2392: error: `cdio_open_cd' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2394: error: `track_t' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2394: error: syntax error before `;' token
kiso.cpp:2400: error: `first_track_num' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2400: error: `cdio_get_first_track_num' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2401: error: `num_tracks' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2401: error: `cdio_get_num_tracks' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2402: error: `TRACK_FORMAT_AUDIO' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2402: error: `cdio_get_track_format' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2404: error: `cdio_destroy' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp: In member function `virtual void Mainform::createiso(QString)':
kiso.cpp:2607: error: `cdio_open_cd' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2608: error: `cdio_eject_media' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2609: error: `cdio_destroy' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp: In member function `virtual int Mainform::ProgressBar(QString, QString, KShellProcess*, int)':
kiso.cpp:2727: error: `lba_t' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2727: error: syntax error before `=' token
kiso.cpp:2730: error: `cdio_open_cd' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2731: error: syntax error before `=' token
kiso.cpp:2734: error: `cdio_get_track_format' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2735: error: `first_audio_lba' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2736: error: `cdio_get_track_lba' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2740: error: `cdio_stat_size' undeclared (first use this function)
kiso.cpp:2741: error: `cdio_destroy' undeclared (first use this function)
make[2]: *** [kiso.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/brainkilla/Documents/Network/kiso-0.4/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/brainkilla/Documents/Network/kiso-0.4'
make: *** [all] Error 2

Can you tell me what is wrong here? Thanks


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 Re: error

 
 by Mephistoki on: Apr 15 2004
 
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Part of the changelog:
- Some internal changes. (KIso needs libcdio to run now !)

which means libcdio has to be installed to compile and to run KIso 0.4.

http://www.gnu.org/software/libcdio/


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